When we saw this lock, we knew that this Devonshire house tour from Jenny Wolf Interiors, was off to a good start. It’s a fantastic indicator of what’s to come beyond the front door!
The laid-back chic vibe of this house pulled us in right away.
And a little touch of rustic increases the feeling of comfort and being right at home.
Great quotes are a favorite of ours. And we think this is one to remember. “Some stories don’t have a clear beginning, middle and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moments and making the most of it, without knowing what’s going to happen next… Delicious ambiguity.”
And deliciousness is what the kitchen is all about!
Jenny Wolf Interiors adds special little touches that make a home unique. These wire cabinets are fantastic! And the elephant is so sweet!
This gorgeous bathroom proves that black walls don’t have to feel dark. White accents and plenty of light lend that airy feel.
This brass mirror and steel faucet add to the industrial feel.
Glass and steel windows and doors are one of our favorite elements of a home. As a shower door, they shine!
Antique accents add to the eclectic feel, proving that choosing things you love and mixing them together in a way that seems right is always a winning idea.
HAPPY NEW YEAR and thanks to all of you, our dear, precious friends, for spending time with us at Design Chic. Your support means the world, and we are truly humbled! Wishing you a 2020 filled with love, laughter and of course, chic design!
We adore this image from Serena & Lily almost as much as we love their chic, relaxed style!
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